Esta vasija representa a dicho canido emplumado de cuyas fauces emerge un personaje barbado. Realizado sobre una vasija de cerámica a la que se le aplicaron mosaicos de madre perla; los dientes de ambos personajes fueron elaborados con hueso, en tanto que el pelo y la barba, con conchas marinas. Fue localizada en el recinto sagrado de Tula, Hidalgo.
Derek and Katelyn: two amazing people I’m so honored to have met and spent so much time with. They’re currently in Mexico, living out of their 1980s van, climbing all the time, and bringing life and energy everywhere they go. I love you guys!!
These basaltic prisms are located in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico, just only an hour and a half from the city of Mexico. It is a natural rock formation which was formed millions of years ago by the rapid cooling of lava; the stunning prisms are characterized by variations in gray and black color, besides having hexagonal shapes, pentagonal and quadrangular. The larger columns have a height of 40 meters.